So, ever since I installed my SmartThings hub, probably something like 4 years ago now, I’ve had this phantom Zwave device that always causes a Zwave Repair error. The device ID  is probably one of the first Zwave switches that I ever installed. It was a GE/Jasco Zwave Smart Switch that is since long gone due to the flashing blue light of death (pretty common problem among the 1st gen switches I guess, I’ve had 6-7 replaced under warranty over the past couple years, super annoying to have to replace, re-pair, etc, but at least GE/Jasco keeps sending me warranty units). Anyway, that is neither here nor there.
The Zwave device that used to be at address  is now gone full phantom. It comes up with the attached error every time I do a Zwave repair. Everything seems to work fine even with the error, but there is weirdness sometimes. I’ve tried assigning a virtual switch to that address and deleting it, pretty much anything I could think of to delete the phantom device at address , but it persists.
Now, I’m sure the first suggestion is going to be to factory reset my hub, but I have 83 devices that would need to be re-paired with probably dozens upon dozens of automations, smart apps, custom apps/device handlers, etc. Does anyone have a suggestion to get rid of this phantom device?
I do have a spare v2 hub (like current active one) as I always keeps spares of everything, but is a hub replacement fully autonomous? Does it automatically re-pair and re-configure everything back to the way it was on the original hub (devices, custom apps, device handlers, etc)? Thanks in advance for reading my post and taking the time. Be well.